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Anatomy And Physiology Connective Tissue
The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more
Adam Project ?Best: Having been through medical school and having decades of subsequent experience, I have not researched this issue but have long been aware of the adam project, the first effort in history to create a learning database of some of this information. See: http://www.Adamimages.Com, http://adameducation.Com/aiaonline_instructor.Aspx and http://adameducation.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is gray's anatomy the best reference book for me to learn about my body more in depth ? What's the physiology equivalent ?
Gray's anatomy: Was first published in 1858! our understanding of anatomy hasn't changed that much over the centuries whereas our knowledge of physiology has progressed very rapidly. As such i'm not aware of a "classic" physiology textbook, and i would simply recommend checking out user reviews on amazon or b&n. As for anatomy, i found netter's to be more approachable than gray's. ...Read more
As a dental surgery student should I study anatomy and physiology or it is not essential for my major ?!
Would i need to take college human anatomy and physiology to become a physical therapist? Even if the programs doesn't require it.
Absolutely: These two areas are so important to be a great and competent pt expert. It is actually fun. ...Read more
It stores: fat globules which can be broken down for energy. ...Read more
Testosterone I am almost 30 y o and within the las 4 years I have lived a few drastic changes in my physiology. I have lost muscle mass, put on adipose tissue, abit depressed, no motivation, and low sex drive. I am suspecting a low testosterone case and a
Depends on how many!: Many diseases are called connective tissue disease, but if you them autimmune diseases, you would include thyroiditis, which causes hypothyroidism. The 10% of the population would have one. But if you define connective disease as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, mctd, scleroderma, and sjogren's syndrome, then slightly less than 2%. ...Read more
It depends: It depends on the specific disease.Get a more detailed answer ›
Labs can confuse.: The labs are just a fraction of what needed to get you better. Your history and physical exam will determine your treatment. Looking for which labs will delay and confuse. You need to develop a few paragraphs of all your issues and sit down with your doctor to put the pieces together. Began a wellness program and add in magnesium and acupuncture. ...Read more
Combination of CTD: Mixed connective tissue disease is an autoimmune conditions with a combination of autoimmune diseases systemic lupus erythematosus, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma and polymyositis. One of these conditions is usually more prominent than the others at one time and with time it can progress to the other autoimmune diseases. Thus you may have arthritis, or a rash, or internal medical probelm. ...Read more
Partly: The exact cause of this disease is still unknown. We believe that there is a genetic or inherited predisposition and a second enviorental trigger for this disease. It is rate to see 2 family members with this disease. Basically this means it is not an inherited disease. The abity to get this disease may be inherited but not the disease itself. ...Read more
Type not clear: Undifferentiated connective-tissue disease (uctd) is a diagnosis applied to signs and symptoms that are consistent with a connective-tissue disease (ctd) but that do not fulfill the classification or diagnostic criteria for any one of the defined ctds such as (rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, etc..). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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